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I Know This Place In... Curaçao

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Anchoring Pietermaai Smal, a crumbling colonial neighborhood in the Punda section of Willemstad, gay-owned Mundo Bizarro (Nieuwestraat 12; +599-9-461-6767; MundoBizarroCuracao.com) is a morning-till-late-night seed of divy, Latin cool in an area formerly traipsed by prostitutes and drug dealers. It’s also the closest you’ll come to a proper gay hang in the world’s newest country (Curaçao said “Bon Bini” to independence last October 10, 2010). Part coffee shop, part live music spot and tropical pour house, the venue has a rustic Caribbean dining room on the second floor, a funky mosaic-tiled bar, and a ramshackle, mismatched living room, where students and hip Euros congregate, spiked coffees and Heineken in hand.

 

 

HR_105705812Photos.com

Anchoring Pietermaai Smal, a crumbling colonial neighborhood in the Punda section of Willemstad, gay-owned Mundo Bizarro (Nieuwestraat 12; +599-9-461-6767; MundoBizarroCuracao.com) is a morning-till-late-night seed of divy, Latin cool in an area formerly traipsed by prostitutes and drug dealers. It’s also the closest you’ll come to a proper gay hang in the world’s newest country (Curaçao said “Bon Bini” to independence last October 10, 2010). Part coffee shop, part live music spot and tropical pour house, the venue has a rustic Caribbean dining room on the second floor, a funky mosaic-tiled bar, and a ramshackle, mismatched living room, where students and hip Euros congregate, spiked coffees and Heineken in hand.

 

 

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Anchoring Pietermaai Smal, a crumbling colonial neighborhood in the Punda section of Willemstad, gay-owned Mundo Bizarro (Nieuwestraat 12; +599-9-461-6767; MundoBizarroCuracao.com) is a morning-till-late-night seed of divy, Latin cool in an area formerly traipsed by prostitutes and drug dealers. It’s also the closest you’ll come to a proper gay hang in the world’s newest country (Curaçao said “Bon Bini” to independence last October 10, 2010). Part coffee shop, part live music spot and tropical pour house, the venue has a rustic Caribbean dining room on the second floor, a funky mosaic-tiled bar, and a ramshackle, mismatched living room, where students and hip Euros congregate, spiked coffees and Heineken in hand.

 

 

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